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Sweet spices, red cherries, earth and light pleasant stalkiness. It’s medium bodied at most, with a juiciness of pastille cherry and raspberry, tempered by firm graphite tannin, clean acidity, and a spicy finish piqued with gentle bitterness of amaro herbs and a dusting of pepper. So sophisticated at his price. You know, echoes of good Burgundy in style, at $20 a pop. Rating: 93 Points; Drink: 2017-2025; Price: $20; Date Tasted: February 2015; Alcohol: 13.1%; Gary Walsh - The Wine Front

DCB, I believe, stands for Domain Chris Bendle. He is also a winemaker at Hoddles Creek Estate. Layered aromas of strawberry, pomegranate, raspberry and subtle spice smell great. It’s seductively smooth and starts with a burst of vibrant berry and cherry flavours, which become savoury and fan out along the tongue. Rating: 92 Points.  Ben Thomas; The Weekly Review


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